Jason McCourty is looking forward to filling the leadership void left by the concurrent departures of Bulluck, Finnegan and Hope. With the recent contributions of young guys like McCarthy and Verner,
Mouton McCourty shouldn't be alone in setting the tone of this defense, but I wouldn't be surprised if he's the guy has the largest role in that respect.
In this week's installment of Who Gives A F**k, Trent Dilfer, Mel Kiper, Gary Horton and Matt Williamson deliver a forecast of the NFL Power Rankings... in 2015. The sheer uselessness and stupidity of this article is so profound I'm actually surprised it didn't break the Internets. Even Bleacher Report has to laugh at this drivel.
Jake Trotter at ESPN (In$ider) catches up with former-Titan Brandon Jones
The NFL might not be as No Homo as you'd think, which is refreshing.
Michael McCann has an in-depth look at the lawsuit the NFLPA is filing against the league over collusion to institute an unofficial salary cap during 2010, when there was no official salary cap. While it's hard to prove these charges, the fact that the Cowboys and Redskins were fined for salary manipulation is pretty damning.